Number of Unique Pages that Rank Organically
What do you see here?
We’ve run searches on millions of keywords and counted every time one of your pages appears as a result for any given search.
We count a page for your domain once it appears as a search result (within the top 50) for any given term. Here, Games.com has 2,000 pages that allow this domain to appear as a suggested site on a search. This chart should grow upward with your content growth, but watch for changes that don’t follow your expected upward curve.
Like the graph before it, this is one of the most direct graphs on the report. Made from completely objective data, this graph relies on data that you can see for yourself. Every piece of information used to build these two charts can be traced back to the Google results themselves.
In fact, every ad claim we make—from the exact domains that appeared on a keyword to the ad copy that went with it—is proven by SpyFu’s cache. We capture results pages to give you peace of mind that we stand behind every advertiser-to-ad connection made on SpyFu. Plus, it holds us accountable that the data is factual and timely.
It just takes a little patience to sift through 11,000 of Games.com’s keywords, or you can take our word for it. Either way, we stand behind our keyword-to-search result connections through and through.
How you present this:
Starting with the number of pages that currently rank organically, present the growth from the month before. Spot a time when an upward trend started so you can pinpoint it to your work. Be prepared to explain why the count changed when your page count did not. That growth or dip can be attributed to the quality of your content, not the quantity.
Your best action:
With a downward trend in light of increased content, use this as a gauge of your content itself.
Why is it not ranking? Did you delete content anywhere?